Automotive Service Technology Scholarships were awarded to Jacob Randall, Maxton Ladd, Ethan Lynn, Jacob Jones, Tyler West, Joshua Piersall, Corbin Rogers, Jacob Provencio, Mark Heflin, and Logan Matthesen.
Mission: Preparing for Success, Changing Lives, Building Better Tomorrows.
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Moore Norman Technology Center Digital Cinema and TV Production adult students Jesse Raines, Ly Stephenson-Krupowics, and Danie Chevere were celebrated on campus today for winning the Oklahoma Department of Transportation End Litter Video Contest. Their winning video titled “Leave No Trace” is featured now on the KOB website, and the students were presented with a $1250 prize.
“Preparing for success, changing lives, building better tomorrows.”
Moore Norman Technology Center is recognized as the first choice for workforce development and training, committed to providing an outstanding educational experience for every student and client.
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Of MNTC Workforce & Economic Development clients surveyed would use our services again.
One hundred percent of MNTC Workforce & Economic Development clients surveyed said they would use our services again and would recommend our services to other businesses.
Graduates were employed or continued their education.
Career and technical education (CTE) through Moore Norman prepares graduates with industry training, curriculum rigor, and employability skills that provide options for them to take employment,
start a college degree program, or both.
Oklahoma CareerTech graduates add more than $3.5 billion annually to the state's economy.
Cost-Benefit Analysis of CareerTech Career Majors - Lifetime Income Gains and the Impact on the Oklahoma Economy. A study prepared by Mark C. Snead, Ph.D.